Iraq Essay Topics

Iraq and Palestine

Since 2003, after the four devastating years of Iraq invasion, Bill Moyers’ journal on “Buying the War” stabbed to grasp the mainstream US media held responsible for its connivance in advertising the ‘war on Iraq’ to the public of US. Moyers recognized how the US media, with the main role of ‘The New York Times’,… View Article

United States in march 2ooo

Although at all levels and professions these analysts perform а wide range of tasks and skill sets, researchers consistently noted that gathering, analyzing, and disseminating crime information are among the daily duties of those they examined. When gathering crime information for а law enforcement agency concerned with predefined jurisdictional limitations, most information is derived from… View Article

Why the Iraq War is Taking So Long

In March 2003, the United States invaded Iraq based on the assumption of stockpiling or potential sale of Weapons of Mass Destruction (FAQ about Iraq). After the fall of Saddam Hussein, and President Bush declaring major operations complete, The National Intelligence Council announced that Iraq was the new breeding ground for terrorism, focusing war efforts… View Article

Human rights in Iraq after the war

The Americans are fairly blunt about promoting their corporate interests. A USAid spokeswoman was quoted recently pointing out that it should not come as a surprise that all of the companies short listed for work in Iraq are American. Her advice to non American companies is to pressurize their own governments. And this is driving… View Article

On issue of reconstruction of Iraq after war

One year after the war on Iraq was launched; the promise of improved human rights for Iraqi citizens remain far from realized, concludes a new report by Amnesty International. Twelve months on from the invasion of Iraq by the US-led coalition, the Iraqi people still suffer from serious human rights violations. The past year has… View Article

Improvements in Iraq freedom

Introduction The rebirth of freedom in Iraqi brought some improvements with it. There is, the rebirth of freedom itself, economic the advancement of the political and civil society growth as well as reconstruction progress, generosity of foreigners and positive role played by the coalition troops in rebuilding the colony as well as unremarked upon security… View Article

Is the United States winning the war in Iraq?

Is the United States winning the war in Iraq? War is a word that brings a sad feeling in the minds of listener. This word is associated with fight, blood, death, miseries, pain and trouble for many but war is also associated with winning, freedom, and authority. Iraq is a very small country as compare… View Article

Should the US Leave Iraq?

The United States will, eventually leave Iraq but we have to ask, “When is the best time for them to pull the troops and head back home? ” Almost every American will agree that the United States should have never entered the country of Iraq but since it’s too late to change what has already… View Article

Morality of war in Afghanistan and Iraq

The war in Afghanistan and Iraq are referred by President Bush as wars against terror. They came as a result of the events that happened in the land of America in September 11th 2007. During this time America was attacked by terrorists who bombed the World Trade Center and Washington’s defense unit; the pentagon. These… View Article

Iraq and the Middle East

worship of a god or gods or any such system or belief and worship. Religion may also refer to an activity, which some one is extremely ecstatic about and regularly. Social is an occasion when one member of a group or organization meet informality to enjoy him or herself. Economic is a system of trade… View Article

Iraq invaded Kuwait in 1990

The invasion was the result of a long-standing territorial dispute. Iraq accused Kuwait of violating the Iraqi border to secure oil resources, (on July 17, 1990 Saddam Hussein accused Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates of flooding the world oil market. In addition, he singled out Kuwait for the production of oil from a disputed… View Article

Iraq and Italy

Iraq has a long history of wars and invasions. The history of the land and its people goes back to more than 5000 years. Iraq has the world’s richest known archaeological sites. The ancient Mesopotamia and the first civilization appeared in the valleys of Iraq. Immigration of people from other parts of the world and… View Article

War In Iraq

    A year and a half ago President Bush by starting the war in Iraq, had a direct and ambitious task to stabilize the situation in the Near East and in Arabian world in general.  The invasion and further occupation of Iraq were considered to be of a main importance, as they would liberate the… View Article

USA should Begin Withdrawing Troops from Iraq

War in Iraq affects many countries, their social and economic situation, political stability and international relations. A question of the American military presence in Iraq is one of the most controversial issues in political practice. During years of heated discussions, society has tried to solve the ethical, philosophical and political dilemma concerning the war on… View Article

Iraq War Was Wrong

The Iraq war was a horrible thing. It caused many things to happen. I’m against going to war with them because there were no weapons of mass destruction in Iraq as the US government claimed. One of the main reasons listed by George W Bush for the war was to secure Iraq’s chemical and biological… View Article

The New Dark Age

During the riots that occurred in Iraq after the fall of Saddam Hussein, a great deal of ancient treasures and artifacts were destroyed as museums were looted amidst the chaos and anarchy that resulted from the dissolution of the Iraqi army combined with the far too limited numbers of American troops as security forces would… View Article

The Seven Deadly Sins of Failure in Iraq

Describe the ways in which this paper is organized. The paper is organized in a very methodical manner.  The author attempts to relay his arguments to the reader by presenting them point by point.  In this manner he highlights the gist of every point that he makes with regard to this issue by placing headings… View Article

Can the US Withdraw Troops from Iraq?

The main point of the article No major Troop Cut in Iraq for a Year published by USA Today on the 24th of October, states that the reason the United States is not able to withdraw forces from Iraq is because the Iraqi forces are not yet adequately trained to managed their own security. The… View Article

The War on Iraq

Introduction             If there’s one country that you would want to go to, the country Iraq would be on your list. Iraq is a country of heritage and historical value. It has been known to the world for housing numbers of archaeological sites and art pieces. It is acknowledged for having one thousand archaeological sites… View Article

War in Iraq

The name of the Second Gulf War has often been referred with the Iraq War, which has begun from March 20, 2003 and is still deteriorating lives of millions of people in the Iraqi region of the world. In the year 2003, invasion of Iraq was led by the United States of America, and this… View Article

America’s War in Iraq

War, as it is defined to be is a conflict amid two or more nations, which results in organized violence between each of their military units in order to gain national sovereignty. It is a “universal phenomena,” whose intensity is defined by those who wage it. War has been seen to exist in the world… View Article

Afghanistan and Iraq invasions by U.S.

In recent years, the United States of America president, George W. Bush has vowed to continue with his invasions in both Iraq and Afghanistan simultaneously. His administration has declined against United Nations objections to war on these two nations early this year. The United Nations has suggested that the United States has erred in underestimating… View Article

The role of congress in monitoring events in Iraq

The war against Iraq was perpetrated by the US and the UK with the UN playing passive and reluctant role. The attack has provoked protests all over the globe including in the US and the UK with many groups as well as individual condemning the attack and terming it as unwarranted. Furthermore, the attack was… View Article

The Abu Ghraib Prison Scandal

In modern times there is more than one way of getting information. It used to be fairly simple, in one region of the world there is the use of drums signalling people within a tribe or people group as to the time and place of the upcoming tribal meeting. After a few thousand years the… View Article

Advancements of Tourniquets in the Iraqi War

Background of the War The name of the Second Gulf War has often been referred with the Iraq War, which has begun from March 20, 2003 and is still deteriorating lives of millions of people in the Iraqi region of the world. In the year 2003, invasion of Iraq was led by the United States… View Article

Troop Withdrawal Bill

Recently, both Houses of Congress initiated legislation on the withdrawal of American troops in Iraq by March 2008. With the majority of representatives in the House and the Senate coming from the Democratic Party, it is expected that the legislation will pass, subject only to veto powers of the US President, as part of the… View Article

Why the troop withdrawal timeline is not a good idea

The withdrawal of twenty to forty thousand U.S. troops from Iraq this fall would have a great impact on November elections that are just about to take place. A new Gallup poll just released showed that Bush’s approval rating reached a new low of thirty four percent and that on average his approval rating has… View Article

Realism and Its Role in US War Against Iraq

Presence of biological warfare, inhumane leadership, anti-democracy; these were the reasons which were proclaimed in the past explaining US war against Iraq. I believe that US spearheaded by then President Bush played Realists in their decision-making vis a vis the issue at hand. Tony Blair himself admitted few months after US won Iraq over their… View Article

The United States-led War in Iraq

It has been almost five years since the United States entered Iraq and deposed of the supposed evil dictator Saddam Hussein. Not discovering any Weapons of Mass Destruction, the United States was forced to re-justify their actions against Iraq through the pursuit of another ideological goal: the absolute pacification and democratization of Iraq. Unfortunately, at… View Article